Nixa Rivera is a mother, grandmother and once she walks across the stage this Friday at commencement – she will also add the title of registered nurse.
Eric Jackson is more than a student-athlete. After graduation, Jackson aspires to use his leadership and classroom experiences gained at Lenoir-Rhyne to shape his business acumen in a technology role.
Graduating MBA student Jaycie Beam's passion for helping students is taking her back to her community college roots.
As part of an annual disaster drill, nursing students applied classroom knowledge during a realistic emergency simulation.
After the loss of both parents in late 2020, student-athlete Andy Lopez did not let any obstacle stand in the way of his achievements. On May 6 he will earn a degree in exercise science.
Lenoir-Rhyne University has appointed Mindy Makant as dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and Craig Schreiber as dean of the Charles M. Snipes College of Business and Economics.
Fostering an entrepreneurial attitude, Christian Sullivan mapped his success at LR with a tailor-made internship. Now the 2022 grad is armed with the skills to run his landscape business.
With the closing of another academic year, the university has recognized some of its exemplary students and faculty members at the annual year-end awards on April 25.
One Lenoir-Rhyne student’s path to graduating college took a significant detour after suffering a stroke. But now, Meagan Rufty is set to graduate on May 6 with her bachelor’s degree in elementary education.
Using his global experience and the university's sustainability coursework, graduate student Ryan Barry hopes to be a small part of creating a more sustainable path for all people.
For his research on understanding small retail business continuity during COVID-19, Tom Turner, assistant professor of business, has recently been published in the Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal.
The Rhynean, the university’s student newspaper, has moved to a new website providing students with a launchpad to express themselves in all media forms.